We examine how the Thai Administrative Court’s decision was a reminder of the transformative impact the court is having on the Thai political and commercial landscape – and why governments may not like it.
As Myanmar continues to open its doors, CLC Asia provides readers with an overview of political and country risk as it relates to the mining sector in the country. This analysis is available for download below to registered readers of CLC Asia.
After decades of isolationism, ethnic tension and repressive government, Myanmar (Burma) embarked on an ambitious programme to liberalise its political system and economy. The programme began with elections in November 2010, which brought the pro-military Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) under Thein Sein to power. At the time, the…
CLC Asia managing director Christopher Larkin was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on recent developments in Thai-Cambodian relations. The original article appeared here: Yingluck Faces Diplomatic Hurdles in Cambodia By James O’Toole When Yingluck Shinawatra touches down in Cambodia on Thursday as part of her first regional tour…
CLC Asia Managing Director, Chris Larkin was recently interviewed by top-10 Risk Management Website, “Political Risks Explored”, sharing views on China, Thailand and how best to do business in Asia. The original interview is available here. Political Risk Explored: Currently a lot of focus on political risk revolves around China…
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